Piedmontese for "quarrel," this wine was named for the historic dispute between the communes of La Morra and Barolo for possession of the Cerequio land. This garnet-colored wine features expressive floral notes and an aroma of red berries, plum, licorice and spice. The sumptuous texture and refined character offer perfectly integrated tannins and an elegant finish.
GAJA Conteisa 2014
Full-bodied, Rich, Balanced
Floral, Red Berries, Plums, Licorice, Spice